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Previously a member of the mid 90's band "The Ranch", Keith Urban took off into solo country music stardom with his 2001 No.1 Country Single Billboard hit "But for the Grace of God." Urban has a unique beginning for the Country music world. Born in New Zealand in 1967, Keith began his career in Brisbane after moving to Australia with his family at an early age.
Urban began learning the musical ropes at age 7, and by age 8 he was winning singing contests in his native Australia. Keith made a name for himself in the Australian country music scene with reglular appearances on the Reg Lindsay Country Homestead TV Program, Mike McClellands Music Program and various other TV Programs, performing in duet with Jenny Wilson, a local Brisbane girl with whom he won a golden guitar award at the Tamworth Country Music Festival.
In 1990, Urban signed with EMI in Australia and recorded his first album, which charted four No. 1 country hits in Australia, New Zealand, and Germany. Urban toured as a back-up to Slim Dusty in 1993. In the mid 1990s, Dusty and Urban recorded a re-worked duet of Dusty's classic "Lights on the Hill" and Urban appeared for the first time at the Grand Old Opry backing Dusty.
Urban released his self-titled American debu album in 1999, which produced three top 5 hits and secured for him the Top New Male Vocalist Award at the 2001 Academy of Country Music Awards and the 2001 Country Music Association's Horizon Award. Urban released Golden Road in 2002, and the success of the single "Somebody Like You" sent his career into the next level. Touring as a supporting act for famous country acts Brooks & Dunn, Martina McBride and Kenny Chesney honed Urban's skills and stage-craft. In 2005, Urban won the CMA Awards Male Voculist of the year, Entertainer of the year, International Arist of the year and Country Album of the year.
In January 2008, Urban embarked on the Love, Pain and the Whole Crazy Carnival Ride Tour with fellow country singer Carrie Underwood. The album, Defying Gravity, was released on 31 March 2009 with #1 single, "Kiss a Girl." Urban performed this song on American Idol, during the season 8 finale, as a duet with eventual winner Kris Allen. Its third single, "Only You Can Love Me This Way", is another chart-topping song, co-written by Steve McEwan and John Reid. Defying Gravity debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. This was Urban's first #1 CD.
In 2010 Urban won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Artist. Keith Urban is pumping out more great music than ever with his Get Closer 2011 World Tour supporting his seventh studio album, Get Closer, released on November 16, 2010. Inseats.com provides premiere seats to all of Keith Urban's tour dates.